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Noble’s Pond Proudly Opened The Carolina Model Home on Saturday, February 1, 2014

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More than 100 people attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and the Grand Opening of The Carolina, Noble’s Pond’s newest Model Home. Festivities included VIP tours of this sophisticated new model featuring a design concept inspired by input from many current and future homebuyers. A highlight of the tour was the one-of-a-kind Carolina kitchen, designed for optimal functionality and beautiful symmetry by Master Chef Jay Caputo, owner of three fabulous restaurants, Espuma and CABO in Rehoboth Beach and Rose and Crown British Pub in Lewes. Chef Caputo was on hand for cooking demonstrations and to offer tastings of his delectable creations. “It’s a rare opportunity to watch a celebrated chef work his culinary magic. This kitchen is a professional and home chef’s dream come true and must be seen to be appreciated, says Mary Field, Vice President of Noble’s Pond. Chef Caputo created an environment where great meals can’t help but happen.” Crab and Grapefruit salad, cheesy polenta with balsamic glazed brussel sprouts and quesadilla dip were just some of the delicious offerings Chef Caputo prepared for the attending guests.

The Carolina's Chef Inspired Kitchen
Every visitor to The Carolina model home was entered to win a sumptuous dinner with wine pairings for each course from the famed California Boisset Family Estates. This dinner will be held in The Carolina model home and served by the Noble’s Pond staff.

In addition to touring the new Carolina model, The Carolina Model Exterior                guests had the opportunity to visit two other model homes, a fully furnished “move-in ready” home and multiple homes that are currently under construction. The Point, the Noble’s Pond Clubhouse and the heart of all activity in the community, was open during the festivities. Desserts were served in The Conservatory where many current residents were on hand to discuss the lifestyle they are enjoying at Noble’s Pond.

Noble’s Pond is an amenity rich, active adult community, filled with yesterday’s charm but created for today’s lifestyles. Located just minutes from downtown Dover, Delaware, the community offers unique and flexible floorplans, a breathtaking clubhouse with outdoor pool, kitchen, bocce courts, putting green and a community garden, all situated amid the serene surroundings of Noble’s Pond. The Noble’s Pond Welcome Center, Clubhouse and Model Homes are open Monday through Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday Noon to 5pm. For more information call 1.888.222.0030 or visit

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HBA/DE has been an integral part of the growth and economic development of the State of Delaware since 1947. HBA/DE was founded as a non-profit state affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) representing home builders and other businesses directly related to Delaware's Home Building Industry. Consisting of Builders, Remodelers and a group of diversified associate members, the Home Builders Association of Delaware strives to protect and preserve housing as a symbol of America.


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